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1998\05\28@100339 by Lewis H. Cobb

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Is the PICstart Plus programmer suitable for programming devices in-circuit
with a hand-built adapter/cable for the device being programmed?  I seem to
recall that some of the "home brew" programmers that I read about on the
web, did not have the current capability to do this due to the length of
the inconnection cable / capacitance etc.

Thanks

Lewis

1998\05\28@105035 by tjaart

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Lewis H. Cobb wrote:

> Is the PICstart Plus programmer suitable for programming devices in-circuit
> with a hand-built adapter/cable for the device being programmed?  I seem to
> recall that some of the "home brew" programmers that I read about on the
> web, did not have the current capability to do this due to the length of
> the inconnection cable / capacitance etc.
>
> Thanks
>
> Lewis

It works fine - just use your target's supply. The PP+ can't power up your circuit.

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1998\05\28@133422 by Steven Kosmerchock

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Lewis,
I myself have used the PICstart Plus to do ICSP many times. I built a home made
connector, one end goes to a 40 pin IC socket while the other end goes to a 5 pi
n connector. Just make sure you isolate the rest of the circuit before you progr
am the device.
Best Regards,
Steven

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Is the PICstart Plus programmer suitable for programming devices in-circuit
with a hand-built adapter/cable for the device being programmed?  I seem to
recall that some of the "home brew" programmers that I read about on the
web, did not have the current capability to do this due to the length of
the inconnection cable / capacitance etc.

Thanks

Lewis

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